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Topic - Mikkel Bødker
The Pittsburgh Penguins' spot in the postseason is assured. The Phoenix Coyotes are living much more dangerously.
The Phoenix Coyotes played with more desperation than the Los Angeles Kings, and it made the difference in a close game.
The Phoenix Coyotes went extra time to get a much needed victory.
The Phoenix Coyotes almost gave away a game by believing it was in the bag.
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Sluggish in the first period, Phoenix scored its first two goals on fortunate bounces in the second.
"I went with a move I was comfortable with and it's always good when the goaltender bites on your fake," Boedker said.
"The first period was so-so, I guess, but I really thought we started to play well in the second," said Mikkel Boedker, one of seven Phoenix players with multiple points. "We got a couple of lucky bounces, but sometimes that's what you need to get going."